Fluminense director: Conca is our priority
Fluminense vice-president Sandro Lima has confirmed to reporters that the club see Argentine Dario Conca as a priority for the 2013 season, with the Copa Libertadores in mind.
Conca, 29, was sold to Guangzhou Evergrande in China for $10 million in 2011, but with just one-year left on his contract, Fluminense believe they can agree a reduced price with Evergrande over his return.
"Without doubt [he's a target], especially because of his history at the club," Lima told Fox Sports. "He has a place in our hearts and he is the priority for 2013.
"I haven't had lunch with him yet, but maybe in the coming days."
Conca was a major figure for the Tricolor Carioca in their title success of 2010, helping Fluminense to their first league championship in 26 years and winning the Brazilian Player of the Year award for his efforts - having featured in all 38 matches.
Since leaving Brazil to become one of the world's best-paid players in China, Conca has won two league titles in the Far East and last weekend helped the side become only the third Chinese club to secure a domestic double.